Launched in 2009, AngularJS is a leader in JavaScript frameworks that lets you create powerful, highly functional web apps. Released in 2013, ReactJS is a library for building interfaces and has become extremely popular over the past few years. This has led to a flurry of debates over which framework is better.


Experts do not all agree and haven’t reached any conclusions. When it comes to building your website or app, you need to have the best tools and what will work best for you. There are strong points and weak points for both products in terms of: structure, efficiency, data-binding, templating and dependency management.

About Structure:

Most developers agree that ReactJS is very easy to use, it offers logical code writing and a lack of having to master difficult steps. ReactJS will save a developer a great deal of time, allowing them to take on many projects at once. It is the perfect platform for applications, components act like program functions and everything works quite simply.

AngularJS was created to complete large projects and high-quality services. You will have to take a good amount of your time to learn AngularJS. This is because it is not the easiest tool to understand due to its many directives and controllers. AngularJS is highly functional and will help you get through even the most difficult tasks. It’s framework is excellent for testing your final project and does not focus on a particular development stage. AngularJS will manage big data flow and boost your server’s performance as well. If done correctly, you will get an interactive and smart web app.


ReactJS has a one-way data-binding that lets you keep track of all your changes while keeping them in order. One great advantage, it comes with ReactJS Native which focuses on building mobile apps for iOS and Android. Also, ReactJS is Flux designed for handling powerful data, while providing only one control point to assist the performance of your product.

On the other hand, AngularJS is a two-way data-binding platform that gives you total control over all changes in the model and monitor them. It allows your application to run a great deal more efficiently. The downside, you will have to master using AngularJS and learn all the capacities it provides. With large data flow and many changes, it can be a little difficult to monitor at given times.


ReactJS works with virtual DOM and changes the DOM tree to HTML code retrieved from JavaScript components. You are able to re-draw a browser page, over again, if necessary. You will be able to utilize those feature to the real DOM, easily.

The overall performance of apps created in AngularJS is linked to its two-way data-binding. As AngularJS runs with real DOM, it doesn’t matter who makes changes, either the database or the user. The changes are immediately reflected in the view and backward. This means all your files will be brought up to date without your assistance.


If you are working with ReactJS all you have to do is apply a template logic into a template.

AngularJS will let you build powerful directive, but the syntax is very complicated. It uses both templates and tree-method template logic.

Dependency Management:

ReactJS uses Inversion of Control for routing dependencies and ReactJS-di for Dependency Injections within the components. Due to these features, ReactJS handles dependencies at a much faster rate than Angular JS.

A developer is able to add services to the module with AngularJS utilizing Dependency Injection. A developer can continuously configure and test different objects and form, or organize, into modules for flexibility. AngularJS also has the (toString()) function that locates all name changes of contention and lists them.

ReactJS is a simple library which offers a great deal of flexibility and is easy to use in both new and existing projects. AngularJS is a complete framework for large projects but shouldn’t be used for 2.0 at this time.

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Article is written by Outsourcing Development company Located in Ukraine.

Hi, This is Itender Rawat and I am Editor-in-Chief of I am 26 year tech lover, bike rider and thinker from Dehradun who writes about Technology, Mobiles, Android, Softwares and Internet


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